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Promoting Healthcare Access for Vulnerable Californians

The California Program on Access to Care (CPAC) is an applied policy research program established in August 1997 at the behest of the California State Legislature. CPAC’s directive, as set by the UC Office of the President, is to address health issues pertaining to the state’s most vulnerable populations, including migrants, agricultural workers, the working poor, and other low-income populations.

The California Program on Access to Care (CPAC), UC Berkeley School of public Health, continues its’ system-wide role of rallying the resources of the nation’s most prestigious academic institutions to improve healthcare for all vulnerable Californians.

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Last modified: July 19, 2011